While TOI was the first to report every development in the case, the Tuesday's breakthrough is also being exclusively reported by TOI.
While officials remained tightlipped about details of arrests in the wake of a press conference scheduled on Monday noon, sources told TOI that making the 27th and 28th — the final arrests in the case, the crime team has finally arrested one Amar from Jaunpur and Gorakhnath from Bihar who had originally leaked the paper from the printing press the owners of which have already been arrested.
The police have termed the rackets as a "large network of inter-state crooks" with contacts in several departments under the home ministry, central and state governments and have been leaking papers of different exams. They are also operating in close association with the masterminds of the Vyampam scam.
"We have managed to break every link in the chain and a team led by additional commissioner Ashok Chand and comprising DCP Bhisham Singh and ACP KPS Malhotra has busted the entire module after extensive investigations of over four months," joint commissioner of police Ravindra Yadav told TOI without elaborating on the details.
In total, 28 people including the chief controller of North Central Railway, Agra zone, a suspended railway engineer and a human rights activist apart from several others have been arrested so far. TOI had exclusively reported these breakthroughs.
The chief controller, Dinesh Kapil, had allegedly leaked the 2011 LIC paper also. Rajiv, the suspended engineer, used to impersonate candidates in the exam hall. He was suspended after his sister's fiance told police that he (Rajiv) had written his exam. The rights activist, Sube Singh Bhukkal, ran an NGO named International Human Rights Security Association and allegedly gathered candidates for the syndicate.
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